Ever since the release of Rockstar’s sandbox, open-world game Grand Theft Auto V we’ve kept a close eye on the rise of actor Steven Ogg.
Ogg, who provided the voice and was motion captured for the game’s deranged and depraved protagonist Trevor, has since popped up filling out roles in Better Call Saul, The Walking Dead and more recently Westworld and his latest appearance in a viral fan film for GTA:V is garnering a load of attention.
Ogg once again reprises his gaming role of Trevor but this time in the flesh as he guides a player around the virtual reality version of the hit game.
Earlier this week the trailer for Naughty Dog’s long awaited game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was finally released.
As per, the award winning game developer did not disappoint with the trailer hitting all the right marks for fans. Except there was a slight problem with the trailer’s content, more specifically it turned out some of the footage used was from another game.
Accusations ran riot on social media until Naughty Dog themselves admitted that they had indeed used some artwork from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed. The detail had been spotted by Ubisoft employee Azaïzia Aymar who took to social media and declared:
“I get the ‘thief’ title now!”
Ouch! Turns out it was all an innocent mistake and Naughty Dog apologised for the error by releasing the following statement:
“In our eagerness to get the story trailer out we made a regrettable mistake and didn’t thoroughly vet the art work used for an in game painting. We’ve already updated the trailer. We hold all artistry in high regard and take full responsibility for having allowed this to happen. We want to sincerely apologise to everyone at Ubisoft, the Assassin’s Creed team, the original artist, and our fans.”
We doubt that this ‘mix-up’ will have any detrimental effect on the launch day sales of the game.
I’ve been counting down the days, like a man trapped in a vault awaiting his release, for when I get my hands on the apocalyptic, open world game Fallout 4.
If watching a clock wasn’t frustrating enough game developer Bethesda have gone and released an eye-wateringly, beautiful live-action teaser trailer called The Wanderer.
Now my fevered thoughts are no longer about the game but of the prospect of a live-action movie adaptation of the game. Just look at this trailer!
Fallout 4 is due for release on PS4, XBOX One and PC on
It starts with a simple motorcycle crash on a highway which then culminates in a five minute long pile-up with explosions, crashes and general mayhem.
This video was recorded by gamer Michael Snajczuk, who simply sat back and observed the madness unfold in front of him.
Since we first watched a demo of the open world, (open universe), game No Man’s Sky back in 2014 we initially knew that we were witnessing something special.
The hype which has surrounded the title since then has been colossal and following last month’s E3 expo Hello Games has finally turned the lights on and have allowed IGN to explore the game in detail over the next few weeks.
Above is a mind blowing video featuring 18 solid minutes of gameplay, which demonstrates the epic scale of what surely has to be a must-own title for gamers later this year.
Game developers Bethesda have finally confirmed that there will now be a fourth Fallout game and during their official announcement of their new game they went a step further and delivered a gloriously looking launch trailer.
It’s been almost seven years since the last Fallout game and fans have been foaming at the mouth for news on a follow-up. As of yet very little is known about the forthcoming addition to the game’s franchise except of course it will be set approximately 200 years after a war over resources that ended in a nuclear holocaust in 2077. The setting is a post-apocalyptic retro-future, covering a region that includes Boston, Massachusetts and other parts of New England known as the Commonwealth.
Bad news for Xbox 360 and PS3 owners as Bethesda have confirmed that Fallout 4 will not be coming to those platforms upon release or for the foreseeable future.
I doubt there’s anything in this world funnier than an angry Scotsman losing his shit playing a video game. The video above uploaded by YouTuber Byze features a caddy race across a bridge infested with giant windmills.
Let the rage ensue.
Thanks to Rockstar changing the physics of mountain bikes in their game Grand Theft Auto V, this guy managed to glide right through the whole of Los Santos on his cycle.
Come November 18th if you happen to own a PS4 or Xbox One and you intend to purchase the updated and improved version of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V, you will be able to play the game exclusively in first person mode.
In a revolutionary move by the game developers they’re hoping that the once traditonally top down game will now give players an altogether new experience as they re-explore Los Santos and Blaine County and if that wasn’t enough they’ve also announced even more bells and whistles. On their official website they declared the following:
Available in both GTAV and GTA Online, we’ve made a host of changes to accommodate this new perspective, including the creation of an optional first person cover system, a new targeting system, a more traditional FPS control scheme, and integrating thousands of new animations into the existing game. It’s also available at the touch of a button so you can easily switch back and forth between perspectives.
Alongside the new First Person mode, Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC features hundreds of additions and enhancements including 1080p resolution at 30FPS on PS4 and Xbox One (4K compatible on PC).
There you have it first person mode will be available both in-game and online which alters the contact a player will have with the world of GTA V.